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With a max AC output of 7,000 watts delivered via 120V and 240V twist-locking receptacles, this generator is clearly targeted at the jobsite.  But I can’t count the number of times I wish I had one of these at home.  Long-term power outages suck.

A 13 hp four-stroke gasoline engine powers this sucker, and its 18V battery delivers a claimed 100 starts before requiring a re-charge.  But our favorite part is that it offers lots and lots of outlets: four 20A 120V GFCIs, two 30A 120V twist-locks, and one 20A 120V/240V twist lock. 

It’s heavy at just a tad shy of 250 pounds, but thankfully handles and wheels make it easy to move around.  And unlike older DeWalt generators, the “wheel kit” isn’t a special-order item.

The bad news: start saving now.  Street pricing starts around $2,200.  For leaner wallets, DeWalt also offers 6,300 and 4,400 watt versions.

7,000W Commercial Generator w/18V Battery Start [DeWalt]


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